Helene Udy
American actor
Helene Udy
Helene Udy is an American actress and director. She is perhaps best known for her role as Myra Bing on Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman. Udy was born in Albuquerque, New Mexico, the daughter of Mya Pilpoul, a former military officer, and Dr. John Udy, a city planner, university professor, painter and upright bass player. She is the sister of Claudia Udy. She was raised in Montreal, Canada. Udy began her career as a child actor in Canadian movies and television shows.
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NYTimes - over 6 years
Dr. D. Rutledge Taylor is serious about rehabilitating the reputation of the pesticide DDT so that it can be used more widely in the developing world to battle malaria. But in ''3 Billion and Counting,'' a documentary he has made on the subject, he undercuts his cause by adopting what seems like a disingenuous naïveté early in the film: he and
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NYTimes - almost 29 years
LEAD: Hiding Out Starring Jon Cryer, Keith Coogan, Annabeth Gish, Oliver Cotton, Claude Brooks, Tim Quill. Directed by Bob Giraldi. 1987. HBO Video. 98 minutes. $89.99. Rated PG-13. Some strong language. Hiding Out Starring Jon Cryer, Keith Coogan, Annabeth Gish, Oliver Cotton, Claude Brooks, Tim Quill. Directed by Bob Giraldi. 1987. HBO Video. 98
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Film: 'Nightflyers' Science Fiction Thriller
NYTimes - over 29 years
LEAD: ''This ship is alive!,'' says a telepathic crewmember on a 21st century spaceship. ''It's a seething malignant presence and it hates all of you!'' The ship's captain, whose mother is a jealous computer, has a confession of his own: ''Contact with humans will probably kill me.'' There you have the problem with ''Nightflyers''; it is the
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NYTimes - about 36 years
''MY Bloody Valentine'' probably won't make you shiver with fright, but it's almost certain to make you squirm, first with irritation and then with revulsion. Just when it seemed that quickie horror movies had touched bottom, this Canadian production, which opened yesterday at Loews State I and other theaters, drops the level of shoddy exploitation
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  • 1983
    Age 20
    After studying at Montreal's Dome Theater school and pursued a degree in film communications at Montreal's Dawson College while continuing her acting career in Canadian movies before moving to New York for a 1983 stint on the soap opera As the World Turns in the role of Frannie.
    More Details Hide Details She is known among Star Trek fans for playing Pel in Rules of Acquisition (an episode of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine). To horror movie fans, she is known for her roles in My Bloody Valentine, Dead Zone, Pin and Katie Bird Certifiable Crazy Person, among others. Now based in Los Angeles, Udy has combined acting with stage production and directing, winning several Backstage West Awards for the play Out in America by Canadian playwright Katie Ford. She also won the first Hollywood Fringe Festival award (2010) for best musical for Rehab: The Musical," written by fellow Canadian Patrick Gelinas. She was a series regular in role of Myra Bing on the CBS series Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman. She has also engaged in the producing of feature films. Udy will be appearing in Manos: The Search for Valley Lodge, the upcoming 2013 sequel to the cult movie Manos: The Hands of Fate.
  • 1977
    Age 14
    She graduated from Westmount High School in 1977.
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  • 1962
    Born on November 1, 1962.
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